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May 29, 2012 12:00pm EDT
presidential race -- looking for segues, massachusetts senator scott brown's re-election campaign is out with a new ad promoting his bipartisanship. it says that, he's helped pass all of these laws, working across the aisle. tauting compromise may be political suicide but not in massachusetts. >> it worked for mitt romney when he was running in massachusetts. >> that's true. that's true. >> i guess we'll see scott brown make his adjustment when he goes national. really surprising to me, maybe you guys could talk about it, too, is just how little this controversy is over elizabeth warren's apparent indian heritage has knocked her down. she seems to -- the last poll had her within a point. doesn't sem liem like brown, smy positioned, really seems to be able to pull away here. >> if the race were purely a popularity contest he would win this thing kind of easily. reminds me of the massachusetts senate race, weld and kerry in 1996 where that same dynamic would have existed. the party label's drag for weld in 1996, he couldn't win that race. the party label's a drag for scott brown. the thing
May 8, 2012 12:00pm EDT
interesting sort of counterpoint to that, of course, is the warren brown race in massachusetts. there you have -- elizabeth warren, the model of a classic liberal. you have scott brown who's, quote, unquote, a moderate or self-proclaimed moderate. i think a lot of people don't know how that race is going to play out. >> classic liberal. i'm sort of surprised. this is an oklahoma girl. i know these kids. i grew up in texas. >> do you have to adopt that accent? >> you got to talk right. folks at home know i'm here. you know, she's someone who -- i mean, her father sort of, you know, blue-collar work. they lost a home. >> i think liberals and progressives can be a working class from the middle of the country. >> i don't see her voice. i don't hear her positions as classically liberal. >> i think that's a very important point because that's what separates this race, even those it's massachusetts, this race was not really going to be winnable for democrats until elizabeth warren came along. all of the top prospects in massachusetts, the sort of traditional massachusetts libera liberals, to
May 14, 2012 9:00am PDT
king was borrowing from gandhi. already a brown man informed a black man how to resist a white supremacist regime. so i think this notion of ownership is crazy because the gay rights movement and the environmental movement were inspired by the movement. we have to open up to the broader world to say this is a good thing. >> michael eric dyson, there is a reason you are a baptist preacher. that golden throat was on display. thank you, sir. after the break, romney pitches himself to evangelicals and doesn't mention his mormon faith. how well is he handling or not handling the religious question next on "now." still have doubts about taking aspirin for tough pain? listen to what mvp justin verlander thinks about it. i would say the source of most of my muscle pain would be in my shoulder. my trainer kevin rand recommended it to me. i was kind of skeptical at first, but i tested it out, and bayer advanced aspirin relieved my pain fast. feeling 100% every start, every fifth day, i think definitely gives me a little bit of an edge. but don't take his word for it. put bayer advanced a
May 25, 2012 9:00am PDT
. republicans are starting to talk about brown energy. john ellis had the great column of it's sort of their winning issue, shale extraction, instant jobs in ohio, pennsylvania particularly. i think republicans love to talk about that. >> i mean it, look, the numbers are there. it's helped with unemployment in some of those states. mitt romney has been talking education and also energy. this is what he said in an interview with the inimitable mark halperin just a day ago. >> i will have a very different policy to take advantage of coal, oil, natural gas as well as our renewables and nuclear. make america the largest energy producer in the world. i think we can get there in 10 or 15 years. that will bring back manufacturing of certain high energy intensive industries. it will bring back jobs. it will create a surprising economic revitalizization in this country. >> alicia, you're going to tell people at home, were you rolling your eyes or just closing them? >> i think they're stuck up in my head right now. we can't have a debate from this if we're not operating from the same set of f
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